As a photographer with an interest in botany, it’s my nature to use the camera for things that the human eye isn’t good at seeing – like the selective use of depth of field and focusing on specific characteristics I find outstanding. I’m interested in varied patterns, unexpected surfaces, and rich details. Ultimately, I’m aiming to capture the surprise and delight of temporal beauty, like feathery senna flower blossoms momentarily bejeweled by raindrops or a ripening fig surrounded by brilliant autumn leaves.
While many nature photographers enjoy traveling to distant forests, prairies, mountains, and deserts, I prefer to stay home and capture the beauty of my very urban Tucson yard. In the following 18 photos, I’ll give you my yard and garden tour.
Commissions and Licensing
I am open and available to commissions for both residential and commercial spaces according to your needs. Additionally, I have excellent resources for generating my own prints, and for licensing images. I look forward to speaking with you.